Nervous Cabaret | Ecstatic Music for Savage Souls

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Ecstatic Music for Savage Souls

by Nervous Cabaret

Avante punk rock jazz; 70's London Punk, Django influenced rhythm guitar, with Devotional Vocal stylings.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Hotel 94
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2. Leaning Out Of Windows
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3. Kid Sick
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4. Have You All
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5. Grand Palace Of Love
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6. Page 13
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The NERVOUS CABARET, playing in New York as a quartette, take highly eclectic influences extending from 70's London punk, devotional vocal styling and Django influenced rhythm guitar, and smashes them together to create music which breaks apart the typical crossovers of Jazz and Rock music.

The song writing of frontman Elyas Khan, well known in New York for his theatrical performances and described by one fan as "royalty in dirty disguise," weaves a winding gothic-arched cobble stone path through the mind of the listener leading a journey to the underbelly of the city--be that London, New York, Bombay or Paris.


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jannehh

magical stuff
I've become seriously addicted to this CD. Everything is just so perfect about it and mr. Khan is definitely one of my favourite singers, right there with HR of Bad Brains and Tom Waits.

laurence Paverd


About time! Fantastic. Bought a cd for a friend after buying one for myself. Only bad thing is the end, it comes too soon.

Elizabeth

a dark carnival, can't wait for the new one!
music that winds its way down twisted paths. If you are brave enough to try it, you will find your path forever twisted in a beautiful way

Simon

Seen them live and the CD brings it all back - smoke and a drink and your in ano
Punchy rich songs that could appeal to a wide range of music enthusiasts but thankfully don't. Shame for them it feels better when they are our little secret.

Aisha Khan


I really like the CD. I listen to it in my car and my favorite is #4.